Industrial hemp has been used as a textile for thousands of years as a natural fiber. It can be processed into thousands of different finished goods and it is one of the only plants on earth that has little to no negative impact on the environment in the production and processing of the plant.
The hemp plant can be manufactured into many finished textiles: clothes, shoes, canvas, furniture, rope, curtains, bed sheets, pillows, towels, curtains, carpeting, blankets, backpacks, insulation and so much more. Hemp fiber is the longest, strongest natural fiber on earth. Products made from hemp fiber are stronger and last longer than current conventional materials.
Hemp is one of the most reliable and sustainable natural fibers on earth. Unlike cotton fiber, hemp requires a fraction of the water, fertilizer, herbicides or pesticides.
The market for industrial hemp fibers continues to expand year over year. With thousands of applications, the possibilities for investment in this emerging industry is significant.
The Industrial Hemp Fiber Market Report
The newly release Industrial Hemp Fiber Market Report from 360 Market Updates provides a detailed look of the market over the past 7 years and projections for the industry till 2023. The report contains information on leading trends in the market, demand & supply of raw materials, costs for processing and manufacturing, labor, growth rate, and many more topics regarding the hemp fiber industry.
The report can be purchased from 360 Market Updates via the link below.
Global Hemp Group (OTC: GBHPF) (CSE: GHG)
Shanxi Greenland Textile
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